On-Demand Webinar

Public Engagement at All Scales | CMAP’s Winning Recipe

Find out how Chicago’s award-winning MPO is engaging locally for its OnTo2050 comprehensive plan.

   Wednesday, January 30th

   11 am Pacific | 12 pm Mountain | 1 pm Central | 2 pm Eastern (1 hour)

   Educational Credit Available (APA AICP CM)

   Complimentary (FREE)

For the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, award-winning comprehensive plans involve public engagement at all scales, collaboration with 284 communities, and a Local Technical Assistance program that’s admired nationally. Watch this on-demand webinar to get inspired!

CMAP Deputy Executive Director of Planning Stephane Phifer, Associate Outreach Planner Katanya Raby, and Senior Planner Lindsay Bayley as they take you inside their local approach to online engagement for OnTo2050 – their comprehensive regional plan to improve quality of life and economic prosperity for 8.5 million people.

Public feedback was essential to exploring alternative futures for innovative transportation, climate change, walkable communities, a transformed economy, and constrained resources. Learn how CMAP used a multi-phased approach to online engagement for a variety of local plans, including the downtown Aurora Master Plan.

Watch this complimentary on-demand webinar to explore effective ways to:

  • Engage inclusively to build inclusive plans
  • Uncover the ideas, hopes, and concerns of residents
  • Take a multi-phase approach to online engagement
  • Think both locally and regionally for collaborative planning


This on-demand webinar includes a Q&A session to help you prepare for 2019.

Comments from previous participants ...

The presentation was really well put together. I really enjoy when a presenter is able to get to the key takeaway first then dive into the specifics of that takeaway. Well done.

Great suggestions for thinking outside the box when it comes to public engagement.

This was a very helpful and insightful presentation. It provided good evidence on the effectiveness of online community engagement.

Average rating: 4.8/5 stars

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Speakers

Katanya E. Raby

Associate Outreach Planner

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

Katanya Raby is an Associate Outreach Planner for the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. She is Co-founder and Former President of Society of Black Urban Planners. Her credits include the founding of a non-profit organization in Chicago formed to address the ever-increasing need for the visual and creative arts within urban schools. Katanya has a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a Master's in Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois-Chicago, where she received the 2017 APA-IL Emerging Planner Service Award.

Stephane Phifer

Deputy Executive Director Planning

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

Stephane Phifer provides leadership and direction to the Local Planning, Plan Development, and Research and Analysis groups. Her responsibilities include long-range comprehensive regional planning and the Local Technical Assistance program. She works closely with the Executive Director, Chief of Staff, and Deputy Executive Directors on agency strategic initiatives, including resource allocation, CMAP’s ON TO 2050 plan, and development efforts related to transportation, land use, economic development, environment, housing, tax policy, and governance.

Lindsay Bayley

Senior Planner

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

As Senior Planner, Lindsay has managed a variety of local projects from downtown Aurora’s Master Plan to UIC’s Multimodal Transportation Plan, as well as parking management studies and local active transportation plans. She serves on various local transportation committees and presents at local and national conferences. Previously, Lindsay worked at FHWA to promote new technologies and GIS to state DOTs. She has an undergraduate degree in Urban and Regional Planning from UIUC and a Master of Science degree in GIS from the University of Redlands, and spent two years as Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala.

 

Thank you to our webinar sponsors!
Educational credit available through the APA.